Jones threatens change after Plymouth pantomime

Last updated : 25 November 2008 By Michael Morris
The City ranted "That is probably our poorest performance since I have been at the club over three seasons.

"I was disappointed with the whole performance from start to finish.

"There are no positives to take none whatsoever. I've lost the game and we have not played well.

"We know we can play not just 10 times better, but 100 times better than that.

"A bad day at the office? Yeah, but we cannot allow teams to go 2-0 up due to our stupid errors and mistakes.

"It was as if every fault you could cram into 90 minutes was crammed into this game."

And now with Reading coming to Ninian Park this evening Jones has threatened change with players like Gabor Gyepes, Ross McCormack and Riccy Scimeca waiting in the wings.

City's poor show was played out infront of the live TV camera's for all to see.

"Some of them would like it to be 'kept in house' as they say, but we can't because everyone has seen it on TV," fumed Jones.

"If they think they are going to get away with that then they are going to get a quick, short reminder they can't.

"Don't load the gun and then fire it for me.

"I can do anything I want when it comes to changes after that performance. Some of them are probably thinking maybe they are a little bit safe.

"After that, no, not for me. That is not acceptable at this football club. It's not usual for me to have a go at them, but after that there is no hiding place."

Cardiff v Reading.
Tuesday 7:45pm.